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July 14, 2013 / becca shayne

adventures in Israel

As promised, some photos from my trip. (It’s a gallery so you can click the thumbnails to enlarge them)

July 12, 2013 / becca shayne

bikes of San Francisco

This glorious masterpiece is, unfortunately, sold out, or I’d definitely get one. Bikes of San Francisco, designed by Tor Weeks for Artcrank San Francisco. I especially love the Tenderloin bike (as I live only a few blocks outside of it).

Artcrank Poster Final




July 10, 2013 / becca shayne

Silence Television new vintage prints

Designed by Silence Television (designer Gianmarco Magnani), is this series of miniprints, from the original, larger series, Icons, all available for sale on Society6. I love the one or two color simplicity and the bold, open, centered composition. I’m usually a rule of 3s person, and avoid centered art, but this stark arrangement works for these iconic objects. Check out more of his work here. If I had the wall space (aka if I didn’t live in a studio with mostly concrete walls) I would easily own several of these. Nice work Gianmarco. (also, the off-white paper makes all the difference).






July 9, 2013 / becca shayne

another project published.

My designs for Lookout are featured in PC World, CNET, and TechWeek Europe. It also has over 800 likes on the Lookout Facebook page. Read more about the project on the Lookout blog.




PC world

techweek europe

July 8, 2013 / becca shayne

here is today

Hi everyone. I’m back from my nearly three weeks in Israel. I’ll be sorting through 1847 pictures soon and picking about 50 gems to post here. Over the course of the trip, I felt time was a curious thing. It seemed as though I’d been in Israel for months, as though I’d known everyone on the trip for years, and as though I had aeons left before the trip ended. Things haven’t changed at all since I got back. I landed home on the morning of the 4th of July, and proceded to go straight to a barbecue with some of my friends, who agreed, it seemed as though I’d been gone for at least a month, if not two. The passage of time is entirely relative. We packed so much into three short weeks it felt like years.

It seems appropriate then, to share this Here Is Today designed by WhiteVinyl, even though you’ve definitely seen it before, unless you live under a rock. (this made its rounds on the internet a few months ago).

Now that I’m back, I’ll resume my (ir)regular posting schedule of excellent graphic design.

More soon!

An interactive art/science HTML5 site illustrating the scale of time on Earth. see more

1 today

2 month

3 year

4 epoch

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